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Congress 2019 Manifesto

‘Rahul Gandhi won’t know whether potatoes grow above or below soil’: BJP leader Narottam Mishra slams Congress for misleading farmers on farm laws

"Rahul Gandhi, who drove ‘sofa-cum-tractor’ do not even know if potatoes grow above or below the ground", Narottam Mishra said

Rahul Gandhi tweets to fuel farmers’ protests: Here is how Congress had promised similar farm laws in 2019 election manifesto

Congress promised abolition of APMC Act and replacement of Essentials Commodities Act, 1955 in manifesto, thereby promises similar farm bills

Punjab CM Capt Amarinder Singh wants Rahul Gandhi to become PM to scrap newly passed farm laws, gets trolled

Amarinder Singh requested Rahul Gandhi to scrap these "black laws" when he becomes the PM with a majority in the Lok Sabha.

‘If I want to burn my tractor, what problem do you have’: Punjab CM Amarinder Singh defends Youth Congress workers

Congress leaders have been opposing and spreading lies against the new agriculture laws.

Rahul Gandhi’s ANYAY: Congress edits the word ‘Gay’ in its promotional video while promoting LGBTQ rights

The NYAY promotional video shared by Congress uses an edited image from the LGBTQ protest march editing out the word ‘Gay’ from the picture

Congress’ ‘tukde tukde’ vs BJP’s Nationalism: Two manifestos, two vastly different approaches

The Congress manifesto and the BJP manifesto outline how differently the two parties plan to treat National Security

Congress manifesto stinks of Pakistani language: PM Modi in his interview to ABP News

PM Modi in his interview to ABP News said there is a pro-incumbency wave in the country

CMIE, that has ties to P Chidambaram and fear-mongered about ‘unemployment in India’ was a part of Congress Manifesto Committee

The Congress party released its 2019 Lok Sabha Election Manifesto with much fanfare on Tuesday, the 2nd of April 2019.

Congress party’s manifesto promises on repeal of criminal defamation, sedition are ‘nonsense’ and ‘impractical’: Soli Sorabjee

In the manifesto released by the Congress party, it has promised to omit Section 499 of the Indian Penal Code and make 'defamation' a civil offense.

Congress Manifesto promises to make National Security Advisor answerable to all politicians

Congress manifesto proposes that the top security official of the country will be answering questions of politicians.

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